While many have heard the idea of "open-concept architecture," Martin Dulanto takes this to the next level by allowing the living area of the Casa Seta House spill out into the public domain.
The house is geometric and modern, and in the photos it appears as if there aren't any walls or windows to block off the living room from the outside world. Considering the place is located in Peru, the owners don't have to worry too much about cold weather. In fact, an open concept is probably much welcome to encourage a breeze through the house.
Clearly the neighbourhood is quite trusting, as this open concept takes the idea to a whole new realm of trusting.
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